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Review: Mars Attacks Judge Dredd #4

  What will become of our favorite Judge? Who will save our world? Read on to find out. Official Description: “The Martian mayhem comes to an explosive conclusion! The full-scale invasion has begun, and even Judge Dredd finds himself overmatched by the Martian forces. Judge Anderson has a plan, however, but can Dredd bring himself […]

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Review: DEADWORLD: RESTORATION #1

Well, looks like we are back for another series of Zombies. Is it really any good? Read on to find out. Official Description: “The zombie classic returns in an all new series from the same creative team that brought you the acclaimed War of the Dead. The lepers have been slaughtered, the people who escaped […]

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Blood Brother #3 Review

Are you looking for a good bromance? Then read on. Official Description: “As the vernal equinox approaches, a ritual begins which could give one vampire dominion over an army of immortal warriors. Still butting heads because Nick wants to forsake his immortality for the woman he loves, can our two blood-drinking heroes quit bickering long […]

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Robyn Hood: Wanted #2 Review

The second installment in Robyn Hood: Wanted is finally here. (Seriously, it feels like it’s been half a year since Issue One.) Do we have a solid follow-up further establishing the intriguing story? Definitely, lots of good stuff here in the writing and characters. Here’s the official description from Zenescope: Can Robyn rise up and […]

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Mind the Gap #10 Review

EVERYONE IS A SUSPECT. NO ONE IS INNOCENT! Mind the Gap enters double digits with this very revealing issue. Does this soap opera-filled issue deliver the stuff the description promises? If you’ve been reading this far, this is definitely the big payoff issue. Here’s the official description from Image: “WISH YOU WERE HERE,” Part Five […]

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Pathfinder #7 Review

The most fun fantasy title on the stands is back with a fresh mew arc. Does Pathfinder return with everything we loved about the previous story? Definitely. Aside from a change of art. Here’s the official description from Dynamite: A new evil is rising in Varisia! When Valeros and his companions are tasked with tracking down a mysterious beast scaring the […]

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Storm Dogs #5 Review

The penultimate issue of Image’s sci fi epic is upon us. Does it continue this interesting but rather confusing story well? Sure, it’s a solid issue. Here’s the official description from Image: There are crimes far worse than murder. Where logic, reason and sanity end…there is Dark Science. Storm Dogs has been a series of intrigue and confusion. It’s one of […]

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Pathfinder #6 Review

“This exquisite pain only fuels my fury…” ~Mother The heroes come face-to-face with the ‘Mother of Monsters’ in this action-packed issue. Does it end the arc well enough with the quality we’ve come to expect from the series? For sure, it might be the most fun issue to date. Here’s the official description from Dynamite: Under an ominous formation of […]

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Repossessed #3 Review

Previously in Repossessed: After being led into an ambush by their target, Sarah Gold; Sid takes Clay, Martha, & Joe off the case. The three repo-men say nuts to that and continue on anyway, finding a lead in Miami by tracking a man named Coranado. They corner & are trapped by Sarah (again) and find […]

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Robyn Hood #5 Review

Robyn Hood comes to a close with this issue. It’s been a pretty fun ride. The classic story is one my personal favorites, so to see such a unique take on the legend is definitely a treat. The main character (smartly named Robyn) has been a fantastic protagonist. The last issue left off with her about to […]

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The Lone Ranger #12 Review

  Native Ground comes to a close in this issue. The majority of it was a Tonto flashback, definitely a character defining arc. Soon the story shifted to modern day with the Ranger. Tonto is dying, so he had to find the legendary ‘Ute Healer.’ In the last issue he found her, with the shock […]

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Avengers Arena #3 Review

16 kids entered Arcade’s Murder World in order to compete in a fight to the death for 30 days. Things are starting to get heavy for the young heroes, will they be able to find a way out, or will they succumb in order to survive? Here is Marvel’s Summary: X-23 vs. ANNIHILATION’s Cammi! A […]

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Thor: God of Thunder #4 Review

The penultimate issue of the Thunder God’s battle against the God Butcher has arrived, will he be able to win the fight, or will he fall like the God’s before him? Here is the summary from Marvel: Thousands of years in the future the last god king of a ruined Asgard makes his final stand […]

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Non-Humans #2 Review

Three months is a rather wide gap for any book. I had forgotten this series even existed. Non-Humans is a four issue mini-series from Image. According to the description, it’s ‘Blade Runner meets Toy Story.’ Basically what would happen if toys sprang to life? Would they be counted as individuals too? It was an intriguing question the […]

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Clone #3 Review

Just three issues in and Clone has firmly established itself as one of Image’s best. Obviously when it first came out on the outside it didn’t seem to be anything special. Clones by now are what people would consider an overused thing. It would take some clever writing and an intriguing premise to convince readers […]

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THE HOLLOWS #2 Review

Bleach THE HOLLOWS is finally back with its second installment. The first issue was one of the more interesting comics I’ve read, there aren’t many like it. There we saw that Tokyo had become pretty much unlivable and these zombie things called the Hollows roam around, and will eat your soul. No, there are no […]

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Repossessed #1 Review

Exorcism takes a whole new turn when The Dee Agency gets into the mix. Essentially “Demon Repo Men” they exorcise and capture demons bent n destroying all society. Things take a turn for the weird however when their newest case becomes a dangerous game of cat & mouse. Here is Image’s summary: In a world […]

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Change #2 Review

With a fresh, albeit confusing opening issue, Change continues to roll forward with it’s second issue out of 4. The confusion sorry to say does not get ironed out. The summary from Image: Have you ever lost someone? What if the city you lived in your entire life, the city you loved with all of […]

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